Interstate Drywall Corporation’s Peter DiTommaso Reviews Past New York City Projects
Within the United States, there is no city more well known for its architectural significance and ever-changing landscape than New York City. While New York City’s skyline is filled with some of the most notable buildings from the early, mid, and late 1900s, modern skyscrapers are now changing New York City’s landscape and influencing the next 100 years of architecture. One of the largest specialty contractors of interior construction within the New York and New Jersey area is Interstate Drywall. Co-founded by Peter DiTommaso in 1986, Interstate Drywall Corporation has enjoyed working on some of Manhattan’s most notable modern buildings since opening nearly 35 years ago. Today, Peter DiTommaso will discuss some of Interstate Drywall Corporation’s most recent large-scale projects within New York City.
WeWork – Rockefeller Plaza Floors 8, 9, 10, 11
WeWork is an influential commercial real estate company designed to provide shared workspaces for startups and other businesses. One of WeWork’s newest office spaces was recently competed at Rockefeller Center by Interstate Drywall Corp and included a reconfiguration of retail and office space, a more modern lobby, multiple terraces, and new HVAC systems. Rockefeller Center is perhaps most well known for its ties to the Rockefeller family and housing NBC network’s headquarters.
Neiman Marcus 5, 6, 7
The prestigious department store Neiman Marcus opened its first New York City location at 20 Hudson Yards in 2019. The Dallas-based chain has long hoped to open a New York City location and achieved that dream in March 2019, with their 188,000 square foot store located at 20 Hudson Yards. The three-floor store features different fashion items from a number of luxury brands, pop-up experiences, and dining services.
Hudson Yards Tower A
Located at 530 W 30th St, Tower A of 30 Hudson Yards is one of the newest exciting additions to the Hudson Yards project, the largest private real estate development in American history. The Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project’s second phase, which has been postponed due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, will include residential space, office buildings, and schools. The tower stands at 103 stories tall or 1268 feet tall and the fourth tallest building in New York City. The building opened March 15, 2019, and hosts a popular observation deck on the building’s 100th floor.